BMKG weather forecast: 93W semi cyclonic, smoke in 4 cities, maximum temperature 36 degrees Celsius

TIME.CO, Jakarta – Agency of Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics o BMKG monitor the presence of seeds Tropical cyclone 93W in the Philippine Sea, Saturday, September 30, 2023.

“A cyclone is generated with a maximum wind speed of 20 knots and a minimum air pressure of 1011.9 hPa,” as quoted by BMKG.

Over the next 24 to 48 hours, the motion of seed 93W will move west-northwestward with the potential to become a moderate category tropical cyclone. These conditions may increase the potential for rain cloud growth and sea wave heights around the cyclone seed.

Indirect weather impacts in Indonesia, such as moderate to heavy rainfall accompanied by lightning and strong winds in West Kalimantan, Central Kalimantan, North Kalimantan and North Sulawesi.

BMKG also said that there is a possibility of rain accompanied by lightning in Pontianak today. Light rain is likely to occur in Tarakan, Ambon, Manokwari and Medan.

Provincial capitals shrouded in smoke in Jambi, Banjarmasin, Palangkaraya and Palembang. The air temperature varies between 19-36°C with the lowest temperature in Bandung and the highest temperature in Banjarmasin.


Forecast based on the impact of heavy rainfall with warning status in West Kalimantan, North Kalimantan, West Papua and Papua. BMKG said there are no provinces on alert.

BMKG also issued an early warning of high waves that may occur in several areas of Indonesian waters from September 30 to October 1, 2023. Winds in northern Indonesia generally move from the southeast – southwest with wind speeds between 8 and 25 knots. In the southern part of Indonesia, however, it generally moves from east to south-east at a speed of 8-25 knots.

The highest wind speeds were observed in the waters of Bitung-Sitaro, the western Seram Sea, the waters south of Yos Sudarso to Merauke, and the eastern Arafuru Sea. This condition causes the possibility of increased waves up to 2.5 – 4 m high in the Indian Ocean west of Sumatra, in waters west of Kep. Mentawai, waters of Enggano Island – Bengkulu, waters west of Lampung, western and southern parts of the Sunda Strait, waters south of Banten to Sumbawa Island, and the Indian Ocean south of Banten to the island of Sumba.

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